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SAMR Model (Puentedura, 2014)

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I came across the SAMR model as part of my studies and while it did seem like a great model to adopt, I realised that the peer reviewed literature I came across on it all seemed to cite Dr Ruben Puentedura's blog instead of a peer reviewed piece of literature by him.

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SAMR Model (Puentedura, 2014)

  1. 1. T H E S A M R M O D E L (Puentedura, 2014) ENHANCEMENTTRANSFORMATION SUBSTITUTION AUGMENTATION MODIFICATION REDEFINITION
  2. 2. SUBSTITUTION Technology acts as a direct tool substitute, with no functional change.
  3. 3. AUGMENTATION Technology acts as a direct tool substitute, with functional improvement.
  4. 4. MODIFICATION Technology allows for significant task redesign.
  5. 5. REDEFINITION Technology allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable.
  6. 6. REFLECTING ON THE SAMR MODEL
  7. 7. THE GOOD The SAMR model is a simple guide, that is easy to gauge. It provides a framework for educators to incorporate technology into their teaching.
  8. 8. THE BAD There seems to be a lack of peer reviewed literature on SAMR. The papers I've come across on SAMR only cite Dr Ruben Puentedura's blog in the references. (http://hippasus.com/blog/)
  9. 9. THE UGLY Given the absence of context in the SAMR model, it is possible to reach the "Redefinition" level yet make no significant improvements to learning.
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